Under the radar: Trading for spare parts can change fantasy fortunes
With trade deadlines fast approaching in your fantasy leagues, the opportunity for acquiring under-the-radar talent is diminishing. Sure, you can desperately forage through the waiver-wire for scraps, but what do you do if all the tasty treats are stashed away on other owners' rosters?
The smart move then to help your team is to execute a savvy, season-alternating trade. You don't necessarily need a blockbuster deal centered on first-baseman
Two cases in point: prior to the '82 season, the Philadelphia Phillies were looking to get rid of their aging and agitating shortstop
In '05, as part of a clearance sale, the Florida Marlins sent elite pitcher
To have similar trading fortunes, first figure out which players you want and can obtain subtly without much fuss. Here are seven potential throw-ins to get you started: